I like having good taste. I dislike paying for it.
Design Principle #7
Liz and I discussed this idea the other day. Some design isn’t meant to be long-lasting. Short-term or temporary design doesn’t have to last for many years. In some cases, the best possible solution is to design something that speaks to a time, to an audience. Also, long-lasting design often ignores what is fashionable, and though transcending any one moment of time, fails to truly...
My heart is struck down like grass and has withered; I forget to eat my...– (Psalm 102:4 ESV)
Today I was thinking about the ideal line-legnth for optimal readability. I placed a text box on the grid and “felt” what was appropriate. When trying to fit a larger amount of copy, I widened the text box and hated it. It just looked wrong. BUT, when others saw the text, the difference didn’t phase them. So, why did a longer line-legnth bother me but was not even be noticed by...
Facebook lets you like things off site now. So to keep up with the times, I added a like button to this little blog. Yes, I clicked it. I should like it and so should you.
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I asked him if he would come up with a few options, and he said, ‘No, I will...– Steve Jobs on working with Paul Rand. (via word) (via fletter)